Third episode in a trilogy of Late Lunch With Out To Lunch radio hours devoted to James Wilson, guitarist from Melbourne, Australia whose musical involvements include Big Spider Band, Music With My Insane Friend and I Digress Indeed. Watson compares Wilson to Jesus and mobilises quotes from Theodor Adorno's posthumous book on Beethoven ("an image of hope without the lie of religion") in order to make his case. Wilson numbers here include "OneThingEyeWoodSay", "Punkchewayshun", "Really ... Are You a Going To Eat That?" (a duet with Lincoln McKenzie), "T Minus: a Cliche (an Encounter between Tom Cruise and a Ring Modulator)" and "Bailey Recognisable #11 (like the Corrugation round its Edge)". There's also an edit of a piece in which Wilson strove to celebrate IOPS (International Organisation for a Participatory Society), and Wilson guests xenochronously ("Bailey Recognisable #15 (a Lot of Things Happen on the Couch)") on OTL's concluding performance of a graphic poem called "In Dig Thing".